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Nov 28, 2012 11:00am PST
miles per hour, so far, clocked in el diablo la scatis, and 43 miles per hour. it's very unusual for san francisco to get wind gusts at 45 miles per hour and that was the case today. now that our grounds are all right saturated, we're expected more localized flooding because we're not going to have a whole lot of dryout time between now and the second system. we will get several dry breaks as we head through the next five or six days but what i can tell you, they are not going to last long. and the man who knows all about how the highways have been impacted by the first storm system is our very own mike inoue. good morning. >> good morning, you're dealing with the elements. the elements, of course, the wind and rain. 280/880 interchange. the traffic much lighter but look at all the water conducting up on the southbound underneath the interchange. starting to thin out here. pal toe at together, a tough drive right now, 101, with water on the roadway, it's sitting there as cars drive through it, a big, big risk, of hydroplaning. farther north on the map, green and blue where there's pondin
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